I confess, I like this one much better than the brightly colored ones you've done recently. Perhaps they are just a bit too strong for my taste, although they are as always, beautifully executed. But this one, with the way you've drawn the depth of field, draws you right into the center--with those eyes of course, but also because you've got the straight line of the arrow leading in. I have to say though, that armor on her left is highly distracting. In the overall perspective I don't think that it should be quite so clearly delineated and with the light on it, it competes with the eyes. I realize that "chesty" may be appealing but the way those buckles go up the middle right under the "overflow", all I can think of is that must really be uncomfortable and hamper her movement, which somehow is reinforced by the last of any left arm in the composition. I realize that her pose is turned and angled, but her torso is too far forward and the neckline jutting out too far to her left. The body just doesn't line up to connect to the face and hoof right. I love the detailing on the hood and the way the point come up from her left shoulder. But that left large appendage is out of whack and ruins the center line of the focus, instead of enhancing it. Frankly, I'd suggest letting folds of a cape come down from the left shoulder and get rid of the bulge with the bright highlights completely--or something like that . . .
Hope you don't mind the little critique, but that's the way I see it.